How to Setup SSRS to Use HTTPS – Part 2

This blog post is a continuation from last week’s post where I left off after showing you how to prepare SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) for the server (website) certificate. In this post, Part 2, I show you how to complete the process of setting-up SSRS to use...

How to Setup SSRS to Use HTTPS – Part 1

This blog post was on my list of “things to do” for a while, but it wasn’t until a good friend of mine, Niall Brady, asked me if I had a guide on how to setup SSRS to use HTTPS that I pushed this post to the top of my list! In the end, I wrote a two-part post. In this...

Installing W3 Total Cache and Amazon CloudFront on WordPress

By Garth Jones By now you have read in my blog post set about why HTTPS and Content Delivery Network (CDN) are important for websites. I’ve also discussed the importance of cookie free domains and showed you how I tested the performance of my website, how to order an...

Signing-Up for Amazon CloudFront

By now you know that my plan was to setup Content Delivery Network (CDN) to use the Microsoft Azure CDN service. Unfortunately over a four-month period I could never get Microsoft Azure and CDN to work together, so I turned to Amazon CloudFront. Long story short, in...

How to Order Your SSL Certificate

In my on-going blog post set on HTTPS and CDN and how to increase security and website performance, this is the first post that requires you to do some work! I’m going to show you how to order your SSL Certificate. It might seem odd that I’m asking you to get your SSL...